Tag Archives: television

Improve Your Presenting Voice

We don’t often put a lot of thought into speaking, but the growth of audio content has made us more aware of our voices.  A poor presenting voice can be distracting, whilst a good presenter brings content to life and lifts it off … Continue reading

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Doing Digital Properly: Top Tips From BBC Worldwide’s Alex Ayling

Today, anyone can broadcast through platforms like YouTube. With amateurs producing incredible content, and organisations like Vice creating films specifically for online broadcast, where do traditional broadcasters like the BBC fit in? Continue reading

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Walking The Nile with Levison Wood – Uganda

Back in February and March of 2013, I joined Levison Wood for three weeks of his Walking The Nile expedition, just before Matt Power tragically lost his life.  I wrote up an article about the experience for BA Highlife, which … Continue reading

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YouTube: TV’s Friend Or Enemy?

YouTube’s viewing figures would make any broadcaster shudder – this year alone, YouTube has had more views than all of American cable television in history. Continue reading

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16 Top Tips For Social Media In Television

But where do you draw the line of what is acceptable to talk about – particularly in the gossipy world of television production? Continue reading

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12 Steps To The Perfect Vox-Pop

A vox pop is when a “roving reporter” goes out on the street to capture the thoughts and opinions of the public on a topic or feature. Continue reading

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6 Top Tips When Shooting For Sequencing

Sequencing makes a feature more interesting than a single shot from one angle. Continue reading

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Being One To Watch

I was rather intimidated by images in my head of dashing, super-intelligent individuals who already had a few BAFTAs under their belt. Fortunately the wine and food on the train helped me to relax en-route. Continue reading

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5 Tips For Getting Into Media – The Joy Of Mentoring

You have limited resources in time, energy and money. Decide how you want to invest them. Continue reading

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DV Talent Shooting & Directing Course

It gave me the confidence to say I can self-shoot, which is invaluable to top up the research and writing skills I’ve developed to help me move onto the next stage of production. Continue reading

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